As 62% of workers cut savings due to worries about the economy, employers focus on financial wellness

As 62% of workers cut savings due to worries about the economy, employers focus on financial wellness

Fizz | Istock | Getty Images Employee 401(k) accounts may have been hit by recent market volatility, but that’s not the only reason balances may be down. A new study from Morgan Stanley at Work reveals that 62% of employees have reduced their short- and long-term savings contributions amid high inflation and fears of a …

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